Foreign Assets and Domestic Debt
U.S. citizens with foreign assets, international property and offshore accounts may have particularly complex concerns if they are considering bankruptcy. If you have questions regarding bankruptcy and foreign assets, the attorneys of Weintraub & Selth, APC, have answers to even the most complex questions:
- If I file bankruptcy, do I need to disclose property, assets and investments in a foreign country?
- Does an American court have jurisdiction in regard to my international property, assets and investments?
- Is my international property exempt under the bankruptcy code?
- If international property was inherited, do I have to report it in bankruptcy?
- If I qualify for Chapter 7, do I have to liquidate my international property?
The above are only a small sample of the many complex questions you may have for experienced bankruptcy attorneys. At Weintraub & Selth, APC, we have been representing clients with such complex questions for more than two decades. Our three attorneys have nearly seventy years of combined experience in this area of the law. For all of your questions about international property and the bankruptcy process, you can count on Weintraub & Selth, APC, for thorough answers and practical advice.
Legal Guidance for Citizens and Non-Citizens
You may be a native born US citizen with assets overseas. Or you may have immigrated to the United States and still have international property. Regardless of your situation, our attorneys have the advice you need for dealing with international property and bankruptcy. In fact, because we are so experienced, there is no case too complex for us to handle. Call us at (310) 620-1008 in the Los Angeles area, call us toll free at 866 -572-2423 or contact us online. Though we are based in Los Angeles, we consult with clients throughout the United States and throughout the world.
Even if your international property or other assets are exempt through the bankruptcy process, you must disclose them. We will help you identify which properties can be classified as exempt and those that cannot. After a thorough analysis of your situation, we may also be able to suggest alternatives to bankruptcy and, if no alternatives are feasible, we can guide you through the appropriate chapter filing.
Our attorneys will offer you counsel and be your advocates from the start of your case until it is resolved. We are a comprehensive bankruptcy law firm prepared for all stages of the bankruptcy process.